Psychology for Teaching:

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Intellectual Exceptionality
Legislation mandates that,
wherever possible, children with exceptionalities be educated in mainstream
education classrooms with other students. As a result, a teacher’s role and
responsibilities have become increasingly complex.

List some of the
common characteristics of gifted students, and specific ways in which a teacher
could accommodate the needs of a student who is gifted in the mainstream
education classroom. What are some of the ways in which both high achieving
students and students with disabilities are served in the mainstream classroom?
Identify at least two ways both parties are served and then determine what works
best for these student populations, and explain why.

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